Natucer first appeared in the 1990s, coinciding with the definitive arrival of Spain's technological revolution, making it possible to obtain pressed ceramic tiles using fast firing cycles.
When the company was founded, the thinking at the time was that if fast firing technology was capable of replacing the firing cycles of more than 24 hours which existed at that time in the extruded ceramic tile sector, then things were not going to be easy for Natucer, as there were no precedents in Spain; however, thanks to the Ceramic Technology Institute (I.T.C.) we setto work and began production, reaching 1400 m2/day of unglazed products.
Our next step was to invest in research and development, creating our own development laboratory inside our factory in 1992, thanks to which new clay formulas were created that allowed us to achieve shorter firing times and increase our production to3000 m2/day.
In 1999, Natucer incorporated a new production system to include Rotocolor technology, with seven heads,
making it possible to screen print our extruded ceramic tiles, allowing us to position the company in a segment at
the forefront of the international ceramic tile market. These products were presented for the first time
at CEVISAMA 2.000.
During 2000 technical developments continued, presenting a new ceramic flooring for exteriors
called "Filterfloor", solving the problem of water accumulating on the surface by allowing it to filter
In 2007, the company also developed extruded porcelain floor tiles for indoor and outdoor surfaces.
Throughout 2010 and 2011, Natucer's challenge has been to introduce digital ceramic printing
into its production system.
The sustainability of our way of life and necessary balance to the environment needs concrete facts and tangible actions. Natucer is responsible for the manufacturing process to minimize their impact on the environment.
- Investing in infrastructure and techniques for sustainable production
- Minimising and regulating noise pollution
- Recycling heat and energy to reduce consumption
- Managing and reducing emissions
- Waste management procedures to minimise production and accumulation of waste and correct disposal
- 100% water reuse
- 100% reuse of clays where possible